Article – Sash Style

Sash Windows are often described by the number of glazing panes per sash. 

6 over 1 would have 6 smaller panes of glass in the top sash and 1 larger pane in the bottom.

Shaped Top Sash – Timber Sash Windows.

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Arched Head
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Round Head
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Gothic arched head.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Splayed Bay Window with Brick / Stone Pier – Timber Sash Windows.

Double Hung Sliding Sash Window.
1 over 1 splayed bay.
Double Hung Sliding Sash Window.
5 over 1 – Marginal Bars.
Double Hung Sliding Sash Window.
Arched head. 1 over 1.
Double Hung Sliding Sash Window.
4 over 1
Double Hung Sliding Sash Window.
6 over 1 – Queen Anne.
Double Hung Sliding Sash Window.
Queen Ann Style. 8 over 1

 

 

Splayed Bay Sash Window – All Timber Construction

Double Hung Sliding Sash Window.
Splayed Bay Sash Window 1 over 1
Double Hung Sliding Sash Window.
Georgian Style

 

 

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Castellated Glazing Pattern

Venetian Style Timber Sash Window – with narrow mullions.

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Marginal Glazing Bars
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Georgian
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Victorian
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Palladin
Bowed / Radius Timber Sash Windows.
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Bowed Sash Window – with bowed glass.
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Bowed Sash Window – with flat glass.

 

 

 

 

False Bowed Sash Window - Flat Glass, flat sash frames (not bow shaped).
False Bowed Sash Window – Flat Glass, flat frames.

Other Types – Timber Sash Windows.

 

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Oriel Window.
Skylight sash window.
Skylight.
Horizontal Sliding Sash - Yorkshire Sash Window.
Yorkshire Sash (Horizontal Slide)

 

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